South Florida is home to a number of land-based and sea-based casinos, offering everything from slot machines to blackjack, poker, and other table games. Take a look at some of my favorite casinos in South Florida!
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The Seminole Hard Rock Casino, located in Hollywood, is the area's top casino. Featuring a luxury hotel and fantastic pool/beach, this hotel is a magnet attracting tourists from around the country. With recent changes in gaming regulations, the casino now offers a variety of table games including Blackjack, Let it Ride, Baccarat, Three Card Poker, and Pai Gow Poker. Of course, they still have a wide variety of slot machines for those seeking electronic entertainment.
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If you're willing to travel a little bit north, give Gulfstream Park in Hallandale Beach a try. The racetrack casino offers race wagering, Vegas slots, and video poker, in addition to dining and entertainment options.
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Discovery Cruise Line is a traditional cruise line that offers Vegas-style gaming on board. This Bahamas day cruise sails daily (except Wednesdays) from Fort Lauderdale. Starting at $80 per couple at the time of writing this article, you'll get a free meal, sun deck and pool, live music and an arcade along with a casino featuring slot machines, craps, blackjack, and roulette. If you'd like to make a weekend out of it, you can sail to the Bahamas on Thursday or Friday and return on Sunday.
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This Indian casino is the original land-based gaming destination in Miami and it shows the signs of age. Unlike the flashier Seminole Casino, the Miccosukee Resort is a no-frills kind of place, but it's close to home, located on the edge of the Everglades. The casino offers 1,700 slot machines, 58 poker tables, and high-stakes bingo.